A celebrity in high school before there was a such thing as high school celebrities, Stephon Marbury created the mold of the dynamic scoring-and-passing “lead guard” who dominated the ball and carried his teams physically and emotionally. Stephon was one of the first modern era NBA stars to regularly play in the streetball tournaments of New York City.
Stephon Marbury came into the NBA the same season as Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant, Ray Allen, and Steve Nash. Though he was out of the league sooner than those guys, his peak was almost as high as anyone’s.
Starbury averaged almost 30 points per game for the Nets one season, including a 50- point game vs. the Kobe & Shaq Lakers on national TV. He is one of very few NBA players to average 20 points and 8 assists per game for a career. he routinely went bucket-for-bucket with Allen Iverson, dating back to their college days. He led every team he played for, the ball-dominant point guard style honed on the blacktops of NYC streetball. And Steph was a regular in New York summer leagues, paying against — and dominating — both NBA and street players year after year.
This Signature Workout program address some of the best skills Starbury used at his peak, including:
• Strong Moves To The Basket Through Traffic
• Finishing In The Paint Below The Rim
• Shooting Off The Dribble In Isolation
• Quick Crossover Moves To Get To The Basket And Finish